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Productivity Tip:

Leverage Speech-To-Text

Imagine being able to take notes hands-free. You could jot down your thoughts while driving. Write content while out for a jog. Draft emails while doing the dishes. 

As you know, this tech is already a reality. Question is, are you making the most of it? You can leverage the dictation function of your smartphone or download specialized apps for speech-to-text. 

To really supercharge your productivity, create a workflow using AI to transcribe voice notes to text, summarize them, pull out key points, and more. This video shows one way to do it. How can you make life easier using speech-to-text?

Routine Breakdown

Scott Harrison, Celebrity Personal Trainer, Nutrition Expert & Founder of The Six Pack Revolution

Scott Harrison

Scott Harrison is a man of many hats. As well as being a celebrity PT, he’s a chef, black belt karate instructor, life coach, and speaker. No wonder healthy mornings are crucial. He:

  • Keeps the same routine from Monday to Friday.
  • Wakes around 6.30am and drinks water before having coffee.
  • Eats The Six Pack Revolution overnight oats or a Sculpt bar on his way to the gym. In the car, he listens to a personal development audiobook.
  • Works out hard for about an hour, then drinks a post-workout protein shake. “Now, with all those endorphins flying around my body, I’m ready to drive back to the ‘office’ to tackle the day ahead with energy, vitality, and clarity,” he says.


Why it works:

  • Consistency is a virtue! Consistent routines help regulate circadian rhythms and minimize decision fatigue. Of course, life is unpredictable, so do your best!
  • Hydration is crucial for cognitive function, and coffee (in the right amounts) has health benefits.
  • Listening to audiobooks is a smart way to make the most of car trips.
  • Exercise really does boost energy. 


“Mid-morning, I will continue to fuel my body with a healthy meal that includes a balance of protein and carbohydrates,” says Scott. “I avoid sugary and processed foods that can lead to energy crashes later in the day.” Food is energy – do you try to manage yours?

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